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Kata Kárász is a researcher of economic and social inclusion, and the founder and lead analyst at Diversitas Centre consultancy firm based in Hungary. In her current role as a Program Manager at the Foundation for Global Human Dignity in Malta, she leads a variety of programs aimed at improving educational opportunities for the youth among the Roma and refugee populations, participates in strategic planning, and drafts program proposals. With a rich background in working with underprivileged communities, she coordinated democracy-building programs with the National Democratic Institute in the field of Roma civic and political participation, empowerment of advocacy groups, promoting interfaith dialogue, as well as supporting political party development. Her commitment to democratic processes also includes participation in several OSCE-ODIHR election observation missions while her public sector expertise is evidenced by her tenure at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Department for the Council of Europe and OSCE. Academically, she holds an MSc in International Relations and is currently advancing her studies as a PhD candidate at MATE University’s Doctoral School of Economic and Regional Sciences.